FDA’s Medical Device Recall System is Deeply Flawed, Experts Say — Attorney At Law

October 7, 2009 by RecallAware · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Discussion, News 

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FDA’s Medical Device Recall System is Deeply Flawed, Experts Say — Attorney At Law
Failure to adequately track which all medical devices have been implanted in which patients and other glitches in the FDA’s monitoring system make ordering recalls of the products ineffective and leaves defectively dangerous devices in patients with no real way of tracking them down, according to the Biomedical Research and Education Foundation.

Recalls prompt industry to adopt stricter standards

February 20, 2008 by RecallAware · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Discussion, News, Toys 

Recalls prompt industry to adopt stricter standards
The U.S. Toy Industry Association, whose members include Mattel Inc. and Lego A/S, say its board unanimously approved a plan for a new testing system after the recall of tens of millions of Chinese-made toys last year.

The proposal includes new steps in the design, manufacturing and safety testing of toys, the New York-based trade group said.

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